Systems thinking approaches are better suited to handle the complex nature of cities than most traditional linear or sector-specific approaches.
A Tale of Two Neighborhoods in Oakland, California – Exploring Equitable Planning Solutions Through Mapping
by Jessie Wesley, Tina Yuen, Jessica Nguyen & Patrick Glass – Visually representing the impact of policies past and present can help us better grasp the causal pathways between policy actions and results.
Meet Billie Giles-Corti
For over 20 years, Distinguished Professor Billie Giles-Corti has been studying the impact of the built environment on health and wellbeing. With more than 400 publications, Professor Giles-Corti has become a stalwart leader in the field of urban health.
The World’s First Climate Change Refugees Flee to Cities Unprepared for the Impacts of Climate Change
by Caroline Anitha Devadason, MPH – The idyllic Micronesian island of Kiribati, next door to French Polynesia and boasting one of the largest marine sanctuaries in the world, is a tropical paradise. It’s hard to believe that its people are expected to become some of the world’s first climate change refugees.
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Bolder Action for Health in Africa
BOLDER ACTION FOR HEALTH IN AFRICA from Building Health Systems to Building Systems for Health for NCD prevention. Download document here.